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Hall Farm

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Our centre, in the heart of East Anglia's countryside, is open to visitors on weekends, every Wednesday and bank holidays from 10am - 4pm. Hall Farm, located in Snetterton, Norfolk, is home to around 120 equine residents at any one time. The farm is located in stunning countryside and there is always something to do!

Go for a walk - Take a stroll out to the paddocks to meet some of our rescued horses and ponies who are turned out in the fields. The walkways are fairly flat and mainly wheel/push chair friendly and you can explore for up to four miles. (Although we do also have shorter routes marked out!) Dogs on leads are welcome.

Once you've been for a walk around the farm, stop in at our coffee shop for refreshments. Our modern coffee shop serves a variety of sandwiches, cakes, hot and cold drinks and ice cream. We also have an extensive picnic area for those warmer days.

We also hold a range of events throughout the year, so please stay up to date with what's on.

We have a fantastic play area equipped with everything fun that a child could wish for a fantastic adventure! The farm also runs our special 'Pony Express' tractor trailer rides.

Hall Farm is located in the beautiful Norfolk countryside on a quiet lane less than a mile from the A11. Just follow the brown tourist signs for the ILPH between Attleborough and Thetford.


Months Open: All year, Wed, Sat, Sun, Bank Hols, 10am-4pm
Closed 25,26, 31 Dec, 1 Jan.
Groups/Parties Welcome: Yes - Please pre-book
Admission Price: Admission Free
Gift Shop: Yes
Catering: Coffee Shop

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